Honey Peach Daiquiri

Introduction: Honey Peach Daiquiri

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Honey Peach Daiquiri

It’s true.  Cocktails can be healthy.  And it’s super easy to do! Making your daiquiris with real fruit, and natural sweeteners like honey is an easy way to drink wise and healthy.  It’s also a fantastic way to incorporate fruits into your diet!  Not only are peaches absolutely delicious, but they are also chock full of antioxidants in the form vitamin C.  This cocktail is sweetened with honey, instead of bar sugar.  Taking out the plain sugar helps you sweeten your cocktail with the nutrients that honey has to offer. The vitamins present in honey are B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin. Honey is 80% natural sugar.  Honey contains natural minerals and vitamins which help the metabolizing of undesirable cholesterol and fatty acid on the organs and tissues into the system, hence preventing obesity and promoting better health for us.  Honey also contains antioxidants; so this delicious little drink contains a double punch of antibiotics.  Plus it includes rum!  You can’t get much better than that.

Honey Peach Daiquiri
1oz Spice Rum (56 Cal)

1 whole peach, peeled and diced (38)

1 tablespoon of honey (more or less to your personal taste) (64 Cal)

1 cup full of ice (0 Cal)

Pour all ingredients into your blender and blend until smooth.  Taste it before putting it in your glass to see if you’d like to add more honey or not.  If you’re not a fan of honey, feel free to add the same amount of bar syrup, just remember its less nutritious that way and more calories.  Garnish with a peach slice and enjoy your healthy cocktail.  This cocktail has a total of only 158 Calories!

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